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How often do you change your favorite recipes? If you’ve been meal planning for any length of time, chances are that you have your favorite meals on rotation. But if you’re bored with your traditional favorites, or if you’re looking for some new meals to add to your rotation, these easy vegetarian recipes are perfect to make for Meatless Mondays, on Fridays during Lent, or even just to add some new dinners to your meal plan.

I get it. Cooking when your family has dietary restrictions is challenging enough. And when you finally find some recipes that the kids can eat (and actually enjoy), you stick to them!

My kids have food allergies, but I’ve been so tired of making the same boring pasta dishes on repeat. But cooking with food allergies can get expensive, so I’ve been exploring meatless options.

These vegetarian (and vegan – I included substitutions since my kids are allergic to milk and egg) recipes are easy to make. They’re perfect for busy weeknights and they can even be prepped ahead of time if you love freezer cooking.

Whether you’re trying to get picky eaters to eat more vegetables or want to try meatless versions of your favorite recipes, these recipes are delicious. They’re also the ultimate comfort food!

Vegetarian Mushroom Stroganoff

Perfect for Meatless Monday, this vegetarian mushroom stroganoff recipe is easy to make and delicious. Loaded with mushrooms, it’s a hearty twist on traditional beef stroganoff.

Meatless Lasagna

This meatless lasagna recipe is so easy to make. It’s not your mama’s traditional recipe, but it’s packed with vegetables – perfect to sneak veggies onto your kid’s plate. Whether you’re vegetarian or just looking for a simple twist on a favorite comfort food recipe, this recipe is delicious.

Lentil Bolognese Sauce

This healthy version of Bolognese sauce is easy to make. Made with lentils and vegetables, it makes a quick, savory, meatless meal.

Onion Pie

This savory onion pie recipe is vegetarian. It’s the perfect comfort food for meatless meals and Fridays during Lent. Best of all, with the chopped onions, it’s kid-friendly (they’ll never know they’re getting their veggies with every bite).